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THE MEDIA TREATY
Presented by: India Irie Sanatana Dharma
Did you know that there are provisos in place to allow you to legally and freely travel this globe as a porter of the news? Did you know there existed such documents as Media Treatys? Did you know they apply to you? I didn't and this impromptu learning session just happened to be captured on record as we wanted to have a reference to go back to in sorting out this process.
A large group of the tribe sat with Mark Kishon Christopher this past weekend and were entranced at the information that he and his peers Donald and Richard shared with us!
You have to admit that you see a lot of superstars on social media. You can be whoever and whatever you want to be. Do some people take unnecessary advantage of this?
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Fri. Sept., 4th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be G. Brown of The Reel Network discussing African American entertainment news and even more importantly, the Images of African Americans in the Media. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and click on “Radio Shows” at the top of the page.
1) G. Brown of The Reel Network discussing African American entertainment news and even more importantly, the Images of African Americans in the Media. 2) The DOJ releases its Final Report on Ferguson Unrest Detailing More than 100 Lessons. 3) A new report from The Washington Post shows that African American Males make us 6% of population but 40% of those who are unarmed and killed by Police. 4) Serena Williams graduates from Business School. 5) This date in African American History.
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On tonight's show, we will be discussing the moral expectations and dilemmas of blending one's personal life and business. Is it ever OK to judge a person on their actions and behaviors when they're not at work? Should employers use facebook, twitter, instagram or any other social media source as a resource for hiring? I would love to hear what you think and invite you to join in on the fun. Do so by calling (646)929-0630, then press 1 to have an on air conversation with me. Don't really want to talk, but would love to simply listen in???? Great, call the same number (646)929-0630 (and do not press 1) or click on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/familyhealingcircle/2015/09/03/social-media-moral-expectations-in-the-workplace and enjoy!!!!
In the early days of Ruthless Records before N.W.A. and "Straight Outta Compton" hit the scene, Eazy-E signed a team of teenage female rappers called J.J. FAD who helped put West Coast hip-hop on the map. Their smash single, "Supersonic," and success as a group made them the first all female rap group to receive a Grammy nomination. Despite the success, attention and money that J.J FAD generated for Ruthless Records, their existence isn't acknowledged anywhere in the blockbuster N.W.A. biopic "Straight Outta Compton."
MC JB spoke out in an interview on Down With The Kings and said, "Even though there was a time restraint on the movie, it doesn't mean that you couldn't have takeen .5 seconds to say J.J. FAD. I think as the first one out of the gate we deserved that."
There's no question that Ruthless Records owes the popular female group a debt of gratitude their contributions to the success for the company and while the feelings of resentment would be completely understandable, MC JB who referred to N.W.A. as their "brothers" still had praise for the movie and thought that it was brilliantly done.
"Loved the film thought that it was brilliantly done. A little hurt that we weren't mentioned in it especially since we were the first ones that come out and paved the way for them. So that hurt our feelings a little bit but we understand that its a movie and its about N.W.A."
Friday Fix will launch September 4th at 9pm on Never Had It So Good Sports Media Network....
Make sure to tune and be a part of this music, interviews, and social discussions.
Our guest will actually be Brandon Hairston. He is a black writer and director gearing up for the second season of his hit web series "D.C. Yuppies"
Hosted By Kamal J. Pryor aka Kwiz (KwizMatix) Founder/CEO of Kwizmatix INK Social Media Professionals, Team KwizMatix (KMX), WKMX Kwizcast, KMX University and Think Kwiz Entertainment, KwizMatix Presents: WKMX POSITIVE POWER MEETING!
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Forbes has ranked Warren Whitlock as one of the Top 10 Internet Influencers for several years now. Warren is the author of the best selling books "The Twitter Revolution" and "Profitable Social Media". Warren is an expert at understanding where the Internet is heading, and distinguishing what is working in social media today and why. In his latest book, Mr. Whitlock focuses on how to be how to be profitable by using specific social media strategies and tactics.
On this episode, Warren Whitlock will share some of the more effective social media strategies that can help you reach your audience, and give us a peak into where the social media market is heading and how we can be prepared to be in the front of that wave.
Gwen who is our Host has done everything in the entertainment world: playwrite, directing, producing, screen writing, casting you name it and she has done it. Gwen is the Founder of Giwiz Productions LLC. Gwen is a stage and movie director for hire. Speaker for Bullying in and out of the school system and kids who drink alcohol and drive. She is also a ghost writer for "Hire For Books and Scripts"
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